Meet Jethro! He’s a one year old, Treeing Walker Coonhound. Jethro came into the shelter in early January as a stray. When Jethro came into the shelter he was under weight and unsure of the shelter surroundings, after a few days of getting use to his new routine Jethro has blossomed into a super goofy guy that loves getting attention and getting treats! Are you interest in meeting this fine fella? Fill out an adoption application and come meet Jethro today!
(Please note that Jethro has not yet been altered and will need to be before his adoption can be finalized)


Hey, there! It’s Jake… not the one from State Farm. I’m actually MUCH cooler. I am a three-year-old plott hound taking applications for my new best friend. Sometimes I can get protective of my space, but I’m just working on building trust. In my previous home, I lived with another dog and we got along just fine! My favorite hobbies are sniffing every spot outside and doing tricks for treats. If you already have a dog at home, maybe you could bring them by to meet me! Let’s meet at the shelter soon and see if it’s a match!


Buddy is a 100 pound, 1 year old Shepherd, Anatolian mix. He was surrendered to the shelter due to not getting along with the other pets in the home. Buddy can gets along better with dogs similar in size to him but has a bit of a prey drive when it comes to animals much smaller then him. Buddy is a timid guy at first but quickly shakes off and shows you his goofy and loving side! Buddy enjoys going on walks and staying close to the people he’s most comfortable with, He’s quite the gentlemen on a leash and isn’t in a rush to get anywhere. Are you looking for a gentle giant to take a nice slow stroll with in the park? Then come meet Buddy today!


Nellie is a sweet pup who loves her people and adventures! She likes to spend most of her day playing with toys (especially tug of war), cuddling, and napping. She especially loves going on long walks, being outside, or going in the car! She does well on the leash, in a crate, and when left alone, and she’s also house broken. She’s looking for a home that can give her lots of love and belly rubs!


With Olympic dreams and a heart as big as her dreams, this gal is awaiting her forever home in hopes she can continue “going for the gold” so she can have a medal that matches her heart. She can be quite shy at first but warms up quickly, especially when she sees or sniffs treats. If you’re looking for someone to spend the afternoons with watching the winter Olympics, Millie is your girl! Come meet Millie today !